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Below is a poster for our current exhibition at The George Gallery, Newnham during November 2013
The George Café
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but if you are interested in joining then please a send message
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If you are interested in joining us in January 2013
Classes are on
Tuesday mornings (10:00) and evenings (18:00),
Wednesday mornings (09:30) & Wednesday evenings (18:00).
Classes are 3 hours long.
Clay Hill Potters is a club. We are a group of amateur potters and ceramic users.
Many of us at one time attended pottery classes at the Five Acres College near Berry Hill, Coleford.
Some five years ago the College closed their pottery course and we were in the fortunate position
to be able to buy the equipment from them. We transported all this across the Forest of Dean
to a barn near Newnham on Severn. We not only brought the kilns, wheels, pug mills, cabinets,
tables, chairs, but we hired our teacher Joan Doherty too. So now we run our own classes and
continue to learn how to make pots under Joan's instruction.
We use many types of clay including, stoneware, earthenware, porcelain and crank.
Sometimes we have a raku firing and for that we try to have a party.
Or next project might be to install and run a gas fired soda kiln.
The gas kiln is finished.
Many of our members also seem to be very good cooks.
We have been fortunate to have been given demonstrations by some professional potters, such as
Below is a poster for our recent exhibition at The Gardens Gallery, Cheltenham; August 16th - 22nd 2012
For PICTURES of our exhibition in August 2009 at The Lower George Café in Newnham VISIT
The links from this site are filling up with pictures of a completed set of workshops and
lots of happy smiling potters!
|Clay Hill Potters - Clean Up Days 9th & 10th March 2013|
There are classes and places for all skill levels.
If you are interested in joining then send a message via the email link below.
All enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org
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The view you should see is the entrance to our private drive
as seen from the Dean Road when approaching from Newnham.
And now we have our own